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Development of 3D Laser Scanner for Robot Navigation

Authors: Ergun Ercelebi, A. Emre Ozturk

Abstract:

Autonomous robotic systems need an equipment like a human eye for their movement. In this study a 3D laser scanner has been designed and implemented for those autonomous robotic systems. In general 3D laser scanners are using 2 dimension laser range finders that are moving on one-axis (1D) to generate the model. In this study, the model has been obtained by a one-dimensional laser range finder that is moving in two –axis (2D) and because of this the laser scanner has been produced cheaper.

Keywords: Embedded Systems

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1089625

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